Day 1: 100 Moments of Joy (A favorite song)

I am starting a new project called “100 Moments of Joy.” Earlier today I was thinking about messages shared at last weekend’s LDS General Conference and ways in which I can strengthen my relationship with Christ. I came to the conclusion that I need to focus more on having and recognizing joy and “being of good cheer” as Christ invites us. To help me in this endeavor, I am going to write about a moment that brought me joy each day. I thought about doing this in my personal journal, but I realized I would feel more accountable (and actually – hopefully – complete the project) if I wrote about these moments on my blog.

Today’s moment occurred early this morning. I was awoken from my sleep by a phone call from a handsome finance who’s Uber app wasn’t working and who needed a ride to the airport. So I picked him up, dropped him off at the airport, and on my way home, one of my most favorite songs came on the radio. It’s called “Help Me Find It.” The song focuses on coming to understand God’s will for our lives. Sometimes as I ponder the future, I feel so overwhelmed. I know God’s next step for me is to marry John in the Holy Temple, but I have no idea what life has in store for us. As I begin this new journey of being a wife, I realize there is a lot I don’t know. But I know I am a daughter of God, and I know He has a plan. The portion of the song that really resonates with me is the chorus. Below are the words:

If there’s a road I should walk, help me find it.
If I need to be still, give me peace for the moment.
Whatever Your will
Whatever Your will
Can you help me find it
Can you help me find it

Here’s a YouTube Video of the song. Give it a listen. It’s awesome.

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